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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 THE IETHBRIOGE HERAID Wcilnosdtiy, Novoinbor 4, 1970 YOUR HOROSCOPE NOV. s Your Itirlliday tmlay; A IcmB steady pull begins in which you miisl slmiy and adjust, improving your skills. jUud> of your goal of stable prosperity is within reach tliis year, ivilh further pro- gress indicated in Ihe next year. Your ijcrsonulily be- comes important lo your ad- vancement alow your technical competence. To- day's natives are usually iii- depcndcnt, self-reliant, able to balance political [orces. ARIES (March 21-April You get along rather to- day, provided you let well enough nione. Your friends have more energy than you do; go along with Lhoni lor the lun ol it. TAURUS (April Your imaginalion offers much that can actually become part of your working life. Many sug- [estious are floating around By JEANE DIXON arc sound and ready for Andy sends a World Book I Atlas lo Mjrk Korson, age Globe" to Danny Arnhart age Dmvnsviw, Onlano, ]1 ol Chainblee, Georgia, for his question: M'liat exactly are Hie trade winds? In olden days, sailing ships found steady winds that blew them from Africa to the West Indies. Many were trading ships, which is one reason thai these helpful breezes came to be called the trade winds. We know now that these easterly trade winds circle steadily around and around the globe. Actually they are two bells of prevailing winds blowing to- -ward Ihe equator from the Northern and Southern Hemis- pheres. Their paths are deflect- ed by the rotation o! the spin- ning earth and they arrow to- ward the equator from the east. In the Northern Hemis- phere, tto trades are northeast winds, but in the Southern Hamisphere they are southeast winds. From pole lo pole, our globe Is circled by six belts of pre- vailing winds, Atlanta and most o! North America are in the belt of one called Ihe prevail- ing westerlies-. These winds veer from the west, carrying most of our weather events eastward across the continent. But if you travel south of Jack- sonville, Florida, you cross Latitude 30 degrees North and enter the belt of the northeast trade winds. Andy sends a World Book for his question: What is the Urcat Bight? Australian GEMINI (May Zl-Jime Some of your lively ideas can ho coaxed into accomplished facl. Compare noles, anil haps make a cautious bargain on a precisely tlelincd project CANCER (June 21-July 22V. Strive now merely lo hold and improve what you have, Work on your home and its arrange- ments comes out well. People, in general, cooperate. LEO (July 23-Aug. He on the alert for changes, develop- ments in your work. Concen- trate on current projects; check facts. Partnersln'p, mari- tal matters require close atten- tion. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sepl. Make a list of what is to be done, then put in a full day of constant, cooperative effort. Where overtime pays be willing to do il. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. You must put physical vigor in- to your plans. Any sentimental ventures are to be handled gently you may be taking too much for granted, or be somewhat premature. SCORPIO (Oct. J3-NOV. ZI) Repair, replacement are slo- gans for today. Get rid o equipment that can't be repair cd effectively. Family aw friends are aware and wil help. SAGITTAmUS (Nov. 22-Dec Your energy now Is mori mental than usual, and you friends are ready lo go. Altent to correspondence or ncgleclec distant contacts. CAPUICORN (Dec. S2-Jan There is much work lo d' today, so get your best or gam'zing mood going. Your own etforls are mitre productiv than help from others or any windfalls. AQUARIUS (Jui. 20-Fcb Yoiu- drive is stronger, bu keep it channeled along the lines you followed yesterday Purely personal projects thrive better than career efforts. PISCES (Feb. 19-March Your friends can be helpful but don't pledge to keep sec rets you can't hide for what happens today. Work on projects you complete the day. 1S70 Newsday Inc. Ocaen seems lo take a stu- pendous bite from the southern coast of Australia. However, the Great Australian Bight is not this kind of a word bight comes bite. The from an older word meaning a bond or angle. It was used to describe the bend of an archer's bow, a looped rope or the foint of a leg. Later it became a geo- graphical term. It may be a mountain swerve in winding river. Certain gulfs large bend in range or a big and bays bighls. also are called The biggest oi these Is the Great Bight of Australia. It is a rather shallow curve, many hundreds of miles wide. The Benin Bight is along the west const of Africa, along the southern edge of the big hump thai bulges out into the Atlan- tic. It is a wide and gentle curve along the shore, though much smaller than the Aus- tralian Bight. Bays and gulfs lend to cut deep into the coast- lines, while a bight is usually a long, gentle swoop. Questions asked by children c( Herald readers should be mailed to Ask Andy, P.O. Box 765, Huntington Beach, California 92648. (Copyright Chronicle Publishing Co. 1370) LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M. D. Bad Office Habits Could Kill You Are you prone to have heall problems because of stress? A cording to Drs. Friedman an Kosennian in San Francisc there is a heart attack perso a 1 i t y. They have identifie these personalities ai type personality and the person le: likely to have a heart attat as a type B personality. The type A personality spring-loaded- the go-pos tion. Jle is the person with a excessive drive for achievi ment and usually runs his 111 by the clock a strong sens of time-urgency. The type B personality is th don't-give-a-damn type. H doesn't mind being late and lif vicissitudes aren't importan enough to get excited about. The problem may be moi complex than that, ft is diffi cult to imagine thai there wcr no type A personalities belor May Be Bad Neivs For Industry NEW YORK (AP) Bee! stew that never saw a stock- yard; bacon that never heard an oink. Both were born in the soybean field, then flavored, textured and colored to look like meat. These synthetic foods are spreading into United States supermarkets and larders. Their coming may be good news for soybean growers and for bad news for cattlemen and dairymen. The significance of the syn- thetic foods was underscored recently by a leading public heallh official, who called on the food industry to "engineer a safe diet." Dr. George James presi- dent and dean of the Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York, said there is enough evidence Unking high levels of cholesterol in the blood with heart disease to justify changing diet habits- by reducing fat content and satu- rated fat. In provid- ing synthetic foods that may be more nutritional. Already, a good part of the population is exposed to the simulated foods, Persons in institutions, diners-out and even the housewife buying "vegetable protein 'bacon' bits'" are eating them. Many of the big food suppliers are already in the market and others are doing research on such things as artificial cream cheese and synthetic eggs. The materials have a long list of names: analogs, syn- thetics, extenders, simulated foods. "Artificial foods" is the choice favored by opponents of the whole thing. But what- ever they are called, they are nearly all vegetable proteins dressed up to look and taste like meat protein. VOLUME TRIPLES The Wall Street Journal re- cently estimated the volume GOREN ON BRIDGE BT CHARLES II. GOREN [c by TUI CMUH Trltm] Nei.'ber vulnerable. North dculs. NOHTH A KM 7 2 V9Z OAQ WEST EAST A4 AAB3 S7KQJ61 tfASSJ OSS3 OJW87Z SOUTH The bidding: North East Main West 10 20 4 r.iss r.isi Pan Opening lead; King of V When a p o t c n 1 1 a 1 ruff threatened llie safety of bis lour spade contract, South. devised a method for sever- ing the opponents' line O.E Communications. West opened the Icing ot hearts, East observed that unless declarer had a ton, the defrnpn could cash two (ricks in that suit cs well ss the ace nf spades. H ap- peared that the best prospect fnr scoring (ha setting trick was for Kast [o obtnin a club Inasmuch as lie had Ihe ace of trumps, clianws ap- peared favnrEbic. East accordinELv overlook the king of hearts with tha ace and shifted to his single- ton five of clubs. It was hij intention to play the ace- of spades when that suit waj led, and then put his partner in with a lieart to get a club return. Declarer was able to diag- nose his opponent's inten- tions, however, and ha plotted a 'counterstrotesy. His only apparent recourse was in disrupt their line of com- munications. After -winning the club, return in dummy. South cashed Uie ace of dia- monds, overtook tia queen with, hto king and continued with the nine. V71en West fol- lowed with the of dia- monds, the Bine of hearts wflj discarded from dummy. East was in with the ten o[ diamonds, however he had no way to put West In nnd all hope of obtaining a club nit wns trumped lha heart return in dummy imd drove out Uie ace trumps. He subsequently drew the outstanding spades and claimed the rest of the tricks. His losses on the deal con- sisted of one spade, one he.irt nnd one diamond. Souui -was somewhat nale in finding East with both the jack and ten of however with no quick re- entry ta his hnnd, desperate measures wcro in order, the declarer surely earned his triumph. of the analogs this year would be million, three times as much as in 19CS. And it tiled a market survey showing probable 1980 sales of about million. Simulations that now account for less than one per cent of total meat vol- ume could rise to five per cent in the next decade. The main selling point o{ the synthetic foods will be price, aimed at producing an- alogs for half the nost of ani- mal meat. But they have other arguments going for them, such as ease of prepa- ration. Makers also can claim uniform quality from one batch to another, with every "steak" as tender as the next one. And since the analogs are made to formula, they can be tailored to meet diet lads. Some might he surprised at the palatability of present-day analogs. Members of one dairy co-operative in Arizona, a stale where synthetic milk Is legal, had their usual glass of milk with their monthly luncheon. Afterward, Ihe sec- retary of the co-operative told them they had drunk syn- thetic milk, at_ 15 cents a quart, "You didn't even realize he said. "That shows how dose it is to the real thing. Be can lose your market." PLASTIC WISHBONE Ot course, makers of the simulated foods are not wor- ried if they look like the real thing. There is even a story in the trade that the makers of a synthetic turkey loaf will in- clude a plastic wishbone. The synthetics I all kilo Ihreo classes: artificial foods which can be eaten alone, ex- tenders added to make a little of the real thing into a lot, and the high-protein drink mixes for developing coun- tries. Most ol the real analogs- preparations intended to stand alone as substitutes for steaks, pork chops and bacon made by a spin- ning process. This is very similar to the way rayon is made, extruding liny fibres nto a solution which coagu- ales. Bacon, perhaps the most ex- Tensive common comes to around S4 per pound vhcn Ihe l.it is n'olicil DHL aiming the first of Ihe limulatcd products, 1OTO and only since then have heart attacks become such common occurrence. Dr. Lawrence Hinkle Jr. stud led men employed by the Bell System. He found men with high levels of responsibil- ity had no more heart attacks than others. His study showed that, men who were less well- educated, less successful, had achieved a high level of responsibility with a minimal educational background were more likely to bave a heart attack. The study of the Bell Sys- tem's employees and the ap- parent difference in the type A and type B personalities may mean that frustration is the key factor. The less-educated men striving for a higher posi- tion may feel frustrated. The type A personality with a true sense of time-urgency may be irustrated. You can't really talk about stress in our foes without in- cluding its associated habits. The executive is stressed by more than emotions. Meeting after meeting, or even a talk with an employee, Is usually ac- companied by coffee and, too often cigarettes. Many confer- ences have the ever-present coffee urn. The executive and many office workers consume arge quantities of: coffee and cigarettes. They get little or [io physical exercise. If you check their resting heart rate n the midafternoon, it is often j iver 100 beats a ibove optimal levels for icallhy, fit men. The coffee cigarettes and inactivity, inde- pendent of so-called "exeoutiv will produce these e: ects and they are well-es ablished factors in causing eart and artery disease, a cell as contributing to ulcei nd nervousness. The best approach to office :ress is lo correct bad habits then add to that a sensible xercise program on a dail; asis, to counteract imresolve< ress. HEAUtfNOTBE SOUTH, Bin1 AT LEAST HE'S SOUTH OF LANCELOT-By Cokcr Penn BLONDIE-By Chic Young BEETLE BAIlEY-By Mori Walker GENERAL FURIOUS OVER SOME OF THE HE'S 6ETTWS in. ABNER-By Al Capp .OUSTVJMAT TH' WORLD BUT--IQ1 GOTTA HAVE A HOLE I Kl VOREHEAD Tausunyr ARCHIE-By Bob Montana Companies Halt Pills GIESSEN, West Germany AP) Three West German nig linns have halted produc- on of four brands of birth con- rql pills following United Slates ests indicating some chemicals them may have caused reast changes in dogs. The voluntary action was an- ounccd by Chemie Gruenen- Eli Lilly and Chemische abrih Tempelbof in Beriin. AH aid there is no cause for alarm mong women taking the pills and the brands can be continued until their doctors tell them to change. Eli Lilly said the measure was taken in an effort to be "extra careful." No figures were available on what percentage of the West German market the four discon- tinued brands held. There are more than 10 other brands of birth control pills sold in West IIEACII SUMMIT KATMANDU (AP) Three Japanese climbers ami a Ne- p.ilcsc Shei-pa guide reached t h e summit of previously-tin- conquered JI.DBO-foot Mount Tuckucho Monday, Oct. 20, the Nrpalesc foreign ministry an- nounced. It was Hie third Japa- nese Himalayan conquest in tile autumn climbing season. SURE.' ..IF YOU WANT TO.' ..YOU CANNOT -'1 USE THAT MJXIUMJY I n I WAS USE THE PENCIL HI AND LOIS-By Dik Browns I WSNTEYEH SUREIUKED CAPlWJSTS FOR ARBWWO THEN INVEST I THINK THE FWCF ITS FROM PAPER ROUTE MO fVTTHEM IH I THE BWK WHERg THEVtLEARN SHORT HIBS-By Frnnk O'Nenl LETS SNEAK OUT DUK1NS THE COMMERCIAL. BUGS BUNNY ARE YOU SURE YOU'VE TWAINED VVOVEK NOT TO HOW- WHEN I PWACTICS OM MY COKN6T7 HE'S ONLY BEEM HERE JUST KEEP THOSE EARMUFFS ON HIM WHILST! YER AN' YEK TROUBLES ARE OVERl} ;